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New Marriage Options in Ireland: Hotel Weddings

Your wedding day will be one of the most memorable days of your life but can also be a stressful day with so many things to take care of. If you want to alleviate some of that stress why not consider having your whole day in the one location and choose to have your wedding in a hotel.Hotel wedding ceremonies are also becoming increasingly popular due to the fact that new marriage options and marriage trends are emerging in Ireland. While the traditional Church wedding is still popular, hotel weddings can cater for many different ceremonies from civil partnerships, civil ceremonies and the renewal of vows. A number of hotels have acquired a licence to perform these ceremonies just ensure that all legal requirements are in order when selecting the venue.The rise in popularity of we ... more
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Hidden Gems on the Ring of Kerry

The Ring of Kerry takes in 176km and is one of two of County Kerry’s most Southerly peninsulas. It takes in the main towns of Killarney, Killorglin, Glenbeigh, Caherciveen, Waterville, Sneem and Kenmare. Best Scenic SpotsValentia Island which lies off the sleepy fishing village of Portmagee is a pretty little island community. A road bridge will take you there from Portmagee or if you are feeling adventurous, a car ferry will take you from Knightstown Pier a half mile off the Ring of Kerry after Caherciveen. The island has both Chapelstown and Nightstown, tiny heritage villages as well as the Skellig Experience, an interactive tourist attraction telling the story and history of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Skellig Rock. One of the best views from the island is the lit ... more
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